“Cancer Survivor Joy Huber Unveils Five Tricks for Facing ‘Cancer With Joy’”

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Just in time for Halloween, stage 4 cancer survivor Joy of "Cancer with Joy" unveils five tricks for facing that scary cancer diagnosis!

Over 1,500,000 are diagnosed with cancer in the United States each year, and this diagnosis tricks those facing it into thinking their daily life will be monopolized by fear.

The Halloween season is upon us. As many are finalizing their kids' (and their) costumes, and stocking up on candy, over 3,600 Americans daily are facing something really frightening - a new cancer diagnosis.

Over 1,500,000 are diagnosed with cancer in the United States each year, and this diagnosis tricks those facing it into thinking their daily life will be monopolized by fear. The good news is this no longer has to be the case.

Joy Huber, stage four young adult cancer survivor, and the Founder & Author of "Cancer with JOY," has just released a new blog on the Huffington Post outlining five tricks for facing "Cancer with Joy."

"Cancer with Joy" is much more than a clever play on words since the Founder's first name is Joy. Through her book, which is now available from publisher Morgan James Publishing of NYC as an ebook and audiobook too, Joy literally and figuratively guides consumers arming them with three essentials needed most - helpful resources, support, and en"courage"ment.

Joy doesn't just provide critical "Dos and Dont's at Diagnosis," like "Don't Google." She also matches her tricks and tips with a helpful resource often not widely known. For example, she advises consumers who can't stay off the internet while waiting to see the Doctor to check out http://www.cancer.net with Oncologist-approved information.

Check out Joy's entire blog here, and schedule a news story or segment on your radio or TV show with her to deliver this useful content to your audience who are all impacted by cancer and striving to have a joyful holiday season. Joy discovered during her personal battle: No one is happy they have cancer! But you can have cancer and still be happy. And we have been told “Laughter is the best medicine.”

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